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Is Your Business A Marriage Made In Heaven?

Tuesday, August 22, 2017



UrbanYou, the brainchild of Noga Edelstein and Elke Keeley, is growing by exponential leaps and bounds from beginning with just $15,000 in 2014 to earning over $3 million in revenue since its launch. It is now part of the springboard accelerator programme and has just raised one million dollars from its two key investors and is launching across the nation.

Is their success a marriage made in heaven or the result of solid down-to-earth business sense? Read More

Deciding To Delegate

Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Almost every business owner has too much to do and not enough time to do it in. But there is a solution - let your team members take some of the weight off your back by learning how to delegate effectively.

Delegation is one of the hardest things to learn because it involves relinquishing control over certain parts of the business to others. But as a business grows, delegation becomes essential - it frees you to concentrate on doing what you do best. Read More

Working Remotely

Wednesday, July 19, 2017

In today's tech-savvy world, working remotely is becoming the norm.

For the right person, working remotely can increase productivity and reduce stress. For the right business it can increase employee retention, reduce costs and even open up the talent pool. Read More

Managing Millennials

Wednesday, June 14, 2017



For those potentially living under rocks: “Millennial; (noun); a people born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s; a Generation Yer.” (Google).

Those youngsters who are increasingly flooding the job market, pushing innovation, embracing change and constantly with their heads in the clouds (the computing cloud, we mean, of course!)? Yes. Read More

Are You Obsessed With Email?

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

In this ever-changing world of technology, we are all undoubtedly becoming more and more addicted to instant everything. Unfortunately, in the race to keep up some of us have fallen victim to an email obsession.

Everyone has a few habits that we need to break, but our obsession with checking emails can often affect our productivity.  Read More

Why Multitasking Is A Mistake

Friday, May 12, 2017

Multitasking

A few years ago, some brainy neuroscientist from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) revealed just how the human brain is designed to work. Earl Miller used research and observations to reveal to us that we are all wrong in our approach to life.

Multitasking, as it turns out, does nothing but destroy our brain and wear us down faster. But, multitasking is an essential part of running a business. Read More